Your ultimate solution for task management

Corporate learning is very practice-oriented. Ideally, every completed learning assignment should be coupled with one or more practice sessions. And even further, these sessions would better be coupled with actual work tasks, so no piece of knowledge will be dissipated in vain.

The TaskHub used by CleverLMS is shaped exactly for that. No more vanity learning should be present. Instead, you have a clear view of where all your tasks, distributed by their assignees, can be seen and managed.

Let’s see how TaskHub is realized and what’s its meaning. Then, we’ll overview the most relevant features, present the customer survey’s results, and list the most prominent benefits of TaskHub usage. Lastly, we’ll provide you with several approaches of how to use it, so you’ll be all set to modernize your company and uplift your workforce.

So, let’s go ahead!

The space to connect work and learning

TaskHub is an element of task management software that unites all tasks that each employee has. It frees managers from the manual work of arranging tasks and coupling them with education activities. Along with that, employees can interact with their assigned tasks and submit feedback. It reduces friction and ensures the best possible usage experience.

Here, managers can access the employees list easily, seeing all relevant information about their assigned tasks, responsibilities, and courses. It’s easy to change anything just in time, remind them about what they need to do, reward them, or simply track their pace. Employees can access their tasks, complete them, and submit their own materials and feedback when necessary, ensuring efficient communication with managers.
Accessible task dashboard
Efficient task allocation and assignment
Time schedules and deadlines
Notification and motivation features
Easy tracking and reposting
Personalization and employee feedback
Lastly, everything present in the online task manager can be accessible offline, too, as it’s downloaded on the user’s device. When editing a task, survey, or feedback, TaskHub saves all information instantly, so you don’t risk losing it. After the connection is restored, everything uploads automatically.

It’s an indispensable tool for building a learning journey and planning the employees’ career advancement in the long term, as it enables managers to add, change, remove, replace, and track each task quickly and efficiently. Let’s see how exactly it proceeds.

Essential features

Before diving further into the TaskHub best usage scenarios, let’s summarize what it can do in general.
A dashboard
to quickly create and assign tasks. They can also be quickly copied. All tasks can be viewed and accessed here, and the history of completed tasks can also be visible.
Various instruments
for task creation with checkboxes, radio buttons, and text fields for different input methods.
A detailed view
of each task: its name, description, assignee, metrics, deadlines/review dates, and completion mark. A manager can create metrics on their own, based on which skills should be evaluated with it.
Each task can be branched
into subtasks, describing the problem and stages to solve it or creating task sections, which are essential for learning.
Tasks can further be united
into task series, creating checklists for onboarding or learning sessions.
Employees can interact
with assigned tasks by checking their completion and submitting feedback. It can include messages, photos, and videos, so they can fully describe their issue or suggestion.
ensure that none of your input will be lost: it’ll be saved on the local device and can be uploaded later.
As you see, these task management app features streamline the work with tasks, being a blend of learning and project management tools. It’s this blending that makes TaskHub so important for organizing the employee development paths and increasing the company’s productivity and innovative potential.

Let’s see how exactly it takes place.

How customers use TaskHub: Real case scenarios

It’s always better to see how to use something in a real example. So, here you have several of the best TaskHub usage scenarios. But how do we know which of them are the best ones?

We’ve surveyed our customers to see how they use TaskHub. You can see the percentage of various activities in the table below, based on their answers.
These activities can be distributed among five feature usages:
  • quality assurance;
  • sales team management;
  • HR management;
  • checklists;
  • surveys/audits.
So now, let’s delve deeper into these usage scenarios, showing how TaskHub solves the daily tasks of the company’s management on all levels, from HR to sales.

Quality assurance

It includes photo/video reports that employees can create and upload easily, as well as requests to managers based on their workflows. TaskHub has a handy employee-side interface where they can not only see the task description but also report its completion and submit all additional materials. If they encounter any trouble, inconvenience, or inefficient work approaches, they can report them immediately, so managers can take action to improve the situation.
Due to TaskHub’s offline editing features, everything they submit saves instantly as a draft, so they can do this regardless of whether they have immediate Internet access. Their inputs will remain and be sent once the connection is restored.
Being specialists in their fields, employees usually know best what can be improved. That’s why such a feedback feature is so popular among our LMS users.

Sales team management

The TaskHub toolset is well-suited to guide, educate, and audit sales teams and sales points, such as shops or restaurants.
First, its task management tools enable sales managers to create sales plans, such as how many items should be sold, and then track their completion. In case there are problems, salespeople can write and submit feedback, so any inconveniences will be caught and resolved as soon as possible.
Then, sales training that improves their productivity can be conducted, without detaching them from the work. For example, they can complete course tasks while interacting with actual customers. Managers can assess and evaluate their productivity and provide feedback on how they can improve it.

HR management

The TaskHub instruments for interactive two-sided communication enable HR managers to work with the company’s human capital daily. Many of the popular TaskHub usages can be attributed to this category.

For example, managers can survey staff quickly to measure their satisfaction and performance. Employees can create applications, requests, and complaints regarding their work conditions using the feedback form, so all these issues can quickly be handled. Lastly, the form can be used to manage vacations and salary payments.
In this way, every operational activity can be connected using TaskHub.

Checklists: Onboarding, work routines, learning management

With a checklist option, managers can create branched lists with many elements, sub-elements, and sections, seeing which part of the onboarding tasks is complete and which is waiting to be completed. It can be used during the new employee onboarding, checking which onboarding elements they’ve already completed. Also, such checklists are good for monitoring education completion, and as you’ve seen, many CleverLMS customers use TaskHub for this.

Surveys, audits, and interactive education

Managers can create surveys easily, where employees are required to answer various questions and submit the form, so their expertise and subject understanding can be evaluated. They can also introduce various metrics based on these surveys to see how well employees master different soft and hard skills. Such metrics can include how well an employee can code, communicate, analyze the market, and evaluate the customers.

So, as you see, this task management system enables you to assess staff performance at every given moment. Based on the scores they take, managers see in which fields they perform well and where they still need guidance and development.

Taken together, you have a space where all the company’s activities dedicated to work planning and development can be created, accessed, and tracked.

Benefits of TaskHub usage

As you see, the usage of a unified place for all your company’s tasks saves a lot of time and enables quicker and smarter decision-making. While the list of features and cases of their usage shows how TaskHub can be implemented, let’s summarize the advantages of using the unified LMS task management tool.
  • Quick task appointment
    to assignees and tracking their completion.
  • Customization
    means that you can customize your tasks according to your needs.
  • Strategic tools
    such as task lists, to build plans for staff development.
  • Interactivity
    such as the possibility to send feedback and communicate about each task.
  • Accountability
    with custom metrics based on survey completions.
We’ll end this article with practice, examining the best approaches to TaskHub usage.

The best task management app at your service

So, let’s wrap the article up by listing how the LMS features of TaskHub can be applied. According to Linderman et al., efficient process management increases the efficiency of all operational processes in the company and leads to constant knowledge creation. We use their findings to suggest several strategy elements of the tool usage.
Start with strong leadership and organize the learning plan.
The empty or disorganized TaskHub has little to offer. It’s important to fill it based on your company’s strategy, so everyone understands what they need to do, how, and why.
Create an organizational culture.
Experiment with various tasks format, survey employees which of them is the best fit, and apply it. Motivate employees to use TaskHub regularly and share their insights, showing how they’ll benefit from that.
Provide technical and social support for all learners.
They should understand all details of their tasks, both direct work responsibilities and command interactions. If they don’t understand anything, they should know that they can contact someone who’ll guide them, so they will understand everything next time.
Get and receive feedback.
As you’ve seen, the opportunity to share feedback, create repost, and communicate is very valuable. Employees can tell you what’s right and wrong in your company’s operations, and this feedback is very valuable.и
Streamline surveys/audit results
to correct your learning journeys and workflows quickly. Use the TaskHub tracking features to see the actual skill levels of each employee and decide how to improve them.
Using features of the task management softwares and following the best practices of organizational planning, you ensure the best possible performance and high innovational activity of your company, being several steps ahead of your competitors and achieving your goals.

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